Applicants who have received a high school diploma (or its equivalent) and subsequently earned nine or more college credits or enrolled full time at another college are transfer students.
Who is a transfer student?
Criteria for transfer admission
Transfer applicants may apply for either fall or spring admission to IC and are reviewed based on their college and high school academic records. Please go to the Apply to Ithaca section of our website for information about supporting documentation requirements for transfer applicants.
Please note: We regret that we cannot consider transfer applications to occupational therapy or physical therapy.
For information about application deadlines and notification dates for transfer admission click here.
Transfer credit is typically awarded for college-level courses taken at a regionally accredited college or university, provided a grade of C- or better was earned. Each course is evaluated individually, and Ithaca College reserves the right to not award transfer credit for courses deemed unacceptable.
Transfer applicants are considered for scholarships, and may apply for institutional and federal financial aid.
The FAFSA is the only form required to apply for federal financial aid. Ithaca College requires submission of the CSS Profile in addition to the FAFASA to determine whether you are eligible for institutional funding as well as federal financial aid.
Please remember to release your data to us.
- The Ithaca College school code for the FAFSA is 002739.
- The Ithaca College code for the CSS Profile is 2325.
The priority deadline for both the FAFSA and CSS Profile is November 1 for spring semester applicants and January 15 for fall semester applicants.
Eligibility requirements and descriptions of aid programs are available on the Tuition and Financial Aid website.
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Office of Admission
Peggy Ryan Williams Center, 1st Floor
953 Danby Road
Ithaca, NY 14850-7020